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    This extremely rare wingback chair was designed by Acton Bjørn and made by the cabinetmaker Andreas Jeppe Iversen in Denmark, 1937. The chair was made for a friend of Acton Bjørn who lived on an estate in Holte, located at the northern outskirts of Copenhagen.

    The generously sized chair has been newly upholstered in a dark beige/light brown sheepskin with buttoned back. The square legs are in dark lacquered beech wood.

    Literature: Ester Scheel a.o. (ed.) “Haandbog for nutidshjem” 1937. p. 25. Illustrated and described.